Cherishing Sibling Bonds: A Joyful Celebration of Raksha Bandhan at School
“Raksha Bandhan: A Celebration of Enduring Sibling Bonds”
Raksha Bandhan, a revered Hindu festival, signifies the profound connection between siblings. Traditionally observed on the full moon day of the Hindu month Shravana, its name translates to “Raksha” for protection and “Bandhan” for bond.
During this occasion, sisters lovingly tie intricately designed rakhis on their brothers’ wrists, symbolizing affection and seeking protection. In return, brothers offer gifts and pledge to safeguard their sisters through life’s challenges.
At our institution, our young Cambrians enthusiastically embraced the significance of Raksha Bandhan. Both students and teachers adorned traditional attire to enhance the religious and cultural aspects of the celebration. As a symbol of this cherished bond, rakhis were given as mementos to our learners.